These babies have been sitting around since before my daughter was born. I got tired of looking at them so I slapped on some heavy wash and here they are. I'm thinking I'll have to add some weathering, detail, and camouflage still, as well as clean up their paint jobs and make them more presentable. I threw in some of my unfinished DAK Specialist troops for scale. All figs in the picture are from Battlefront.
Will post pics when they are complete. These will be the big tank killers for my DAK Infantry Battalion. Together they represent 1 AT Company and will fall in with the Battalion's Special Troops (weapons, anti tank, engineer, recce, and the battalion transportation company). There are already plenty of prime movers to move them. Huzzah!
(warning! these guns are as of now, unfinished! so there is still a great deal of work to be done in cleaning them up)
|The wash is still wet but I am always amazed at how well it brings out the detail|
|I love how it goes into the wheel recesses.|
|Also the carbon buildup around the muzzle brake is a nice touch, and what I would expect from any well-used cannon.|
|PAK 38s taking aim at a huge 1/72 Napoleonic cannon and some Kallistra HYW sword behind it.|
|my still unfinished DAK specialist troops from the Engineer platoon thrown in for scale. Note the magnificent detail from the wash into all of the gun's mechanisms.|